Jamun is a small purple olive-like fruit, known in India as the 'Fruit of Gods'. Sour in taste, this fruit becomes widely available during the monsoon season.
Storage Tip: Store dry pieces of jamuns in net bags and then place them under refrigeration. If stored properly they can last for 3-5 days
Best when: Wash thoroughly and consume as is or with kala namak, or be creative and make mocktails, coolers, jams or mousse.
Ordering Tip: Approx 25-30 pieces in 1 kg
Farm Location: Satara, Maharashtra
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